Larimar Sterling Silver Necklace

SKU: F725

Larimar cabochon set in a sterling silver claw settingon 45cm sterling silver chain


The stones measure between 8.2mm and 9.9mm in height and between 6.3mm and 8mm in width.


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KEY WORDS:  Calming, cooling, soothing to the emotional body, enhanced communication, feminine power, connection with goddess energies

CHAKRAS:  Third Eye (6th), Throat (5th)

ELEMENT:  Water, Fire

PHYSICAL:  Aids spiritual healing of throat issues and stress related illness

EMOTIONAL:  Promotes serenity, relaxation and strength of emotional self

SPIRITUAL:  Enhances one’s link to the Divine Feminine, aids in freeing oneself from unhealthy attachments.

LARIMAR is a form of blue Pectolite, a sodium calcium silicate mineral with a hardness of 4.5 to 5. It displays dramatic patterns of blue, blue-green and white. It is found on the island of Hispaniola, in the Caribbean Sea.

Larimar is a stone of tremendous benefit to the throat chakra, providing the power of clear communication and the emotional strength and stability that enable one to speak from the heart. It is a stone of feminine power, allowing one to access the Divine Feminine within. It supports a state of confident well-being and relaxed knowledge of one’s capacities. It soothes the emotional body, releasing stress and tension.

Larimar can cool hot tempers and guide excess passion into peace. It can be used to diminish the frequency and intensity of hot flashes and is a useful antidote when kundalini energies are overactive. In meditation, Larimar can help one see and release oneself from unhealthy inner bonds to people or principles which do not serve one‚Äôs highest good. It opens the pathway to the ‚Äúdivine stair of ascension,‚ÄĚ upon which one leaves behind any obsolete past commitments. Placing Larimar stones in one‚Äôs environment facilitates a pleasant, serene atmosphere.

Larimar works harmoniously with nearly all other stones, especially Lapis Lazuli, Azeztulite, Moldavite, Turquoise and Chrysocolla.

Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons

All photos are taken under natural light to best show off the actual colour of the stones.

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